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1 3360 E. La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) , FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA

2 June 20, 2012 Britney Sorensen, Project Manager, City of Fort Collins Traffic Operations Department, 626 Linden Street, Fort Collins, CO Dear Ms. Sorenson: Econolite is pleased to offer the following proposal for the City of Fort Collins, Colorado. This proposal features Econolite s Autoscope Solo Terra Video Detection System and all related services for use as a standard for the City s future detection installations. For over 75 years, Econolite has led the traffic management industry providing traffic solutions to clients across the world. Due to our innovative solutions and exemplary customer service, Econolite is positioned to continue leading the traffic industry into the future. We are enthusiastic about the opportunity to continue to serve the City of Fort Collins during the coming years, participating in this project to standardize detection for the City of Fort Collins Traffic Operations Department. Econolite believes this project is well suited for our areas of expertise and that we are capable of providing the video detection solution, which best meets your traffic management needs. We thank you for your interest in Econolite and our products for this important project; we look forward to continuing our work together. We acknowledge the receipt of Addendum No. 1, Specifications and Contract Documents; Description of BID 7398: Video Detection System; Exhibit 1 Questions & Answers. Please feel free to contact us should you require additional information regarding this proposal. Sincerely, Econolite Control Products, Inc. Gus Nunez Western Regional Sales Manager 3360 E. La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) , FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA

3 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Autoscope Terra Video Detection System Contents Scope of Proposal... 4 Background Project Understanding 4 Scope of Work... 5 Autoscope Video Image Processor Performance Requirements 5 6 Environmental Requirements 7 Communication Requirements 9 Normal Operations 12 Embedded Software Operation 13 Data Characteristics and Storage 14 Assigned Personnel (Availability and Motivation) Autoscope Project References City of Fort Collins Team Members Biographies Cost and Work Hours Addendum No. 1 Complex Intersection Pricing 21 Addendum No. 1, Specifications and Contract Documents Exhibit 1 Questions & Answers 22 Required Documents Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) 23 Buy America Certification 23 Lobbying Certification and Disclosure 24 Appendices Appendix 1 Video Detection System Specifications Detailed Description Appendix 2 - Autoscope Solo Terra, Field Installation Acceptance Test Plan Appendix 3 Autoscope Solo Terra PIN NEMA Environmental Test Specification 27 Appendix 4 Econolite Buy America Certificate of Compliance 28 Appendix 5 Econolite Product Datasheets 29 3

4 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Scope of Proposal Econolite Control Products, Inc. is pleased to present the City of Fort Collins, Traffic Operations Department with its response to the Video Detection System RFP, Number Econolite believes we have assembled a team, which has the experience and qualifications to support the City in their development of a standardized video detection installation strategy, over the next five years. The contract will be renewable in one-year increments for up to a total of 5 years. The following proposal provides a description of the equipment and services intended to fulfill the requirements outlined in this RFP. Background Project Understanding The City of Fort Collins maintains 178 traffic signals, 30 pedestrian signals, 2 pedestrian hybrid beacons, and 5 emergency vehicle signals. The City has used many different types of detection over the years and will standardize future video detection installations as part of this project. Currently there are 59 traffic signals with video detection, 24 intersections with a hybrid of inductive loop and video detection, 82 intersections with inductive loops and 13 with no detection (fixed time operation). The video detection systems in use today are Econolite (62 locations) and Traficon (21 locations). The traffic signal communication system primarily uses Ethernet based communications through a combination of fiber optic cabling and wireless access points/bridges. Proposed Solution Econolite has proposed a technology solution and assembled a support team, which includes systems that are considered state-of-the-art in the Intelligent Transportation Systems industry. This response proposes the use of the Autoscope Solo Terra video vehicle detection system. The Autoscope system would allow the City of Fort Collins to adopt an installation plan, which would accommodate its immediate short-term needs, as well as establish a foundation to meet its needs for the upcoming five years, and beyond. The success of a project as the one being proposed depends on building of a strong relationship with the team involved. To support its commitment to the City and the success of the project, Econolite proposes to use Dan Schoenecke, the longstanding Account Manager for the City of Fort Collins as the Project Manager. Well known by City staff, Dan will act as the City s extended staff to manage and support procurement of infrastructure assets, installation, system integration, and critical training programs for City personnel. A major objective of the video detection system, as proposed, is to provide accurate signal actuation, but also have the capability to manage traffic counting and vehicle classification as part of the City s entire traffic management strategy. With the established vehicle detection capabilities inherent in Autoscope, the City will be able to call on the system to aggregate a multitude of rich traffic information, along with industry standards-based remote communications interconnect provided using TCP/IP network protocols over Ethernet based networks. We have taken great pride in our careful attention to addressing the City s needs in this proposal, and look forward to the opportunity of working with you. 4

5 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Scope of Work The Video Detection System shall feature a least-intrusive system and be reliable, consistent, and proven to out-perform other detection methods. The detection system shall support the standard Ethernet networking of system components through a variety of infrastructures that are commercially available to the traffic industry. The detection system shall be capable of providing cumulative traffic statistics including static detection, volume, occupancy, classification, and speed on an internal embedded nonvolatile memory. Additionally, the system shall provide dynamic system surveillance with real-time video streaming of cameras on the dedicated traffic communication network. In response to the City of Fort Collins Video Detection System RFP, Econolite will provide the Autoscope Solo Terra video detection system, which monitors vehicles on a roadway via processing of video images. The detection of vehicles passing through the field-of-view of an image sensor is made available to the traffic controller, following simple contact closure outputs that reflect the current real-time detector or alarm states (on/off) or as summary traffic statistics that are reported locally or remotely. Autoscope Video Image Processor The Machine Vision Processor (MVP) sensor integrates a color CCD imager array with zoom lens optics and high-speed dual-core image processor into a sealed enclosure. The dual-core processor provides high-quality video for detection that has virtually no noise to degrade detection performance, and directly controls the CCD array functions. During setup, the integrated 22x zoom lens is set from the traffic cabinet as required to meet the detection objectives during operation. The MVP sensor provides direct real-time iris and shutter speed control for optimum detection performance in all weather and lighting conditions. The digital streaming video output and all data communications shall be transmitted over the 3-wires-only power cable. The MVP sensor operates on 110/220 VAC, 50/60Hz at a maximum of 15 watts. Clear ision features include the integral sunshield that helps keep extraneous light from the cameras lens, a proportion ITO heater that keeps the faceplate from fogging, and a hydrophilic coating that helps reduce maintenance visits for cleaning the faceplate. The MVP housing is a sealed aluminum barrel and shall not require pressurization. Econolite has shipped over 100,000 cameras since the introduction of the Autoscope product line in 1992 and very small number have been pressurized. 5

6 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Video outputs include JPEG video images, standard MPEG-4 digital streaming video, and analog video with flashing detector overlay from the detector port master. Placement of detection zones is by means of a PC with a Windows XP or Vista operating system, a keyboard, and a mouse. The PC monitor will show the detection zones superimposed on images from the camera of the traffic scene. The detection zones are drawn with a mouse on the PC monitor. Either the mouse or keyboard can be used to place, size, and orient detection zones for optimal road coverage and vehicle detection. This same technique edits previously defined detector configurations to adjust the detection zone size and placement, to add detectors for additional traffic applications, or to reprogram the MVP sensor for different traffic applications, a change in the lane geometry, or when rerouting traffic. By uploading the detector configuration to the PC from the MVP sensor, it is possible to review the detector configuration that is currently running in the MVP sensor or to back up the detector configuration on the PC fixed disks or other removable storage media. Although optimal detection may be obtained when the MVP sensor is mounted directly above the traveled lanes on a signal mast arm, the MVP sensor may also be placed on corner poles and luminaire arms across from or to the side of the detection area. The MVP sensor may view either approaching or receding traffic or both within the same field of view. The preferred MVP sensor orientation views approaching traffic since there are more high contrast features on vehicles as viewed from the front rather than the rear or side. An MVP sensor placed at a mounting height that minimizes vehicle occlusion by other vehicles can simultaneously monitor a maximum of six (6) traffic lanes when mounted at the road-side or up to eight (8) traffic lanes when mounted in the center with four lanes on each side. Performance Requirements To ensure that the installed Autoscope system is performing to the specifications and requirements of the City, Econolite provides a formalized Acceptance Test Plan process, which will be used after key system installations. This plan has been designed to provide a thorough verification that the video detection equipment has been installed to the specifications of the City, is setup for optimal detection performance, and meets functional specifications as detailed in the contract requirements, as related to vehicle detection and data collection strategies. Please reference Appendix 3 Autoscope Solo Terra, Field Installation Acceptance Test Plan for more detailed information regarding the acceptance test plan process. 6

7 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Environmental Requirements Econolite anticipates that the Autoscope Solo Terra specifications, which are listed below, either meet or exceed signalized intersection industry requirements for deployment in traffic control field installations. Please reference Appendix 2 Autoscope Solo Terra PIN NEMA Environmental Test Specification Certification document for more information. Environmental -29º F to +140º F (-34º C to +74º C) Up to 100% relative humidity per MlL-E-5400T paragraph Dimensions and Weight Overall H x W x L (with sunshield and bracket): 8 in. x 4.3 in. x 21.3 in. (20 cm x 12 cm x 54 an) 6.6 lb. (3.0 kg) Mounting: Standard camera bracket tilt-top provided Housing & Sunshield Image sensor and processor sealed in a waterproof and dust-tight NEMA-4 housing (IP 66) Thermostatically controlled faceplate heater Adjustable weather and sunshield with drip guard Low-power thermostatically-controlled IT0 faceplate heater Hydrophilic faceplate coating Weatherproof rear connector (IDC rapid termination industrial connector) Options Standard or wide-angle zoom lens Custom paint color available Power 15W 110/220 VAC 50/60 Hz Video Digital streaming MPEG-4 video output Lens 22x Continuous focus lens Standard configuration: Horizontal: 2.3' to 48' Vertical: 1.8' to 37' Focal Length: 0.16 in. to 3.46 in. (4 mm to 88 mm) Optional wide-angle configuration: Horizontal: 4' to 74' 7

8 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Vertical: 3' to 59' Focal Length: 0.09 in. to 2.08 in. (2.4 mm to 52.8 mrn) Camera CCD 1/4 in. diameter (4.5 mm) Horizontal resolution: NTSC > 470 TVL Sensitivity (at lens, full video, AGC off, 1/60 sec) 2.0 lux (color) Signal-to-noise > 50 db Synchronization: Crystal lock Effective Pixels NTSC: 380K (768 x 494) PAL: 440K (752 x 582) Communications EasyLink (broadband communications (up to 5 Mb/sec) with RJ-45 connection from required Terra Interface Panel (TIP) Regulatory Compliance CE EN 55022, EN , EN FCC Part 15, Class A 8

9 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Communication Requirements The Autoscope Solo Terra system hardware consists of three components: 1) a color, 22x zoom, Machine Vision Processor (MVP) video sensor, 2) a modular cabinet interface unit or detector port master, and 3) a communication interface panel. Real-time performance can be viewed on the video output from the sensor with overlaid flashing detectors to indicate the current detection state (on/off). The MVP sensor can store cumulative traffic statistics internally in non-volatile memory for later retrieval and analysis. The MVP communicates with to the detector port master through the communications interface panel and the software applications using a standard TCP/IP network protocol. The MVP sensor has a built-in, Ethernet-ready, Internet Protocol (IP) address and shall be addressable with no plug-in cards or converters required. The MVP sensor provides standard MPEG-4 RTSP streaming digital video. Achievable frame rates shall vary from 5 to 30 frames/sec as a function of video quality and available bandwidth. The detector port master communicates directly with up to eight (8) MVP sensors and has the form factor and electrical characteristics to plug directly into a NEMA type C or D detector rack. This unit provides up to thirty-two (32) inputs to the MVP sensor and sixty-four (64) outputs to the NEMA TS2 Type 1 or 2 traffic signal controller. The communication interface panel provides four (4) terminations for the 3-wires only power cables from up to eight (8) MVP sensors on the pole or mast arm. The communication interface panel provides high-energy transient protection to electrically protect the traffic cabinet and other MVP sensors. The communications interface panel provides a single-point Ethernet connection for standard Category-5 Ethernet cable to other devices or a laptop. Figure 1: Autoscope Solo Terra Cabinet Configuration 9

10 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Solo Terra camera/processor: With the latest dual-core processor integrated with the sensor, the horsepower and speed of the video detection system is greatly enhanced thus allowing us to offer the highest level of reliability and accuracy for detection and data collection. In addition, having the dual-core processor integrated to the camera allows instantaneous control of the iris and shutter speed for each individual sensor. This makes for the best possible detection in inclement weather, shadows, and sunrise/sunset. The camera also provides a 22x auto zoom/auto focus to facilitate easy setup of the required field of view needed. The zooming of the system is done on the ground, in the cabinet, and not in the bucket (truck). 3-Wire installation: The video detection system uses three-wires-only, cabling and a fieldinstallable, reusable, connector. Since this connector is field installable in the bucket truck, the cable may be pulled from either the top or the bottom of the pole. Most significantly, no coaxial cabling is needed digital video and data communications are all transmitted over the three wires only cable. This will significantly reduce the installation time and cost. This is adventitious when trying to retrofit an existing intersection that might have existing unused signal cable in the conduit. By using 3 unused wires, we are able to connect the camera to the cabinet and have detection, data, communications, and streaming video all over the 3 wires. Terra Interface Panel (TIP): The Autoscope Solo Terra Interface Panel (TIP) provides a robust Autoscope EasyLink connection point in the cabinet for communicating with the Solo Terra video detection sensors. The TIP supports three wires only, (#2) cabling to the sensors, an interface to the Terra Access Point (TAP) (#4) and a standard Ethernet connection for a networked system (#5). Each TIP can accommodate up to 8 sensors. The TIP and the TAP (#4) are the only components in the cabinet thus retrofitting an existing cabinet with video detection is an easy task, due to the limited number of components needed to be installed in the cabinet. Terra Access Point (TAP): The Autoscope Solo Terra Access Point (TAP) outputs vehicle detection calls to any traffic controller. Point-and-click I/O assignments quickly configure the interface to the traffic controller. The same TAP can be used with TS2 SDLC communications, along with and simultaneously, in a TS1 or Caltrans 332 cabinet. Networking Connection: Many customers and consultants, due to its simplistic, yet powerful communications architecture design, have referred to the Autoscope Solo Terra system as a network device. With just 1-single CAT5 connection to the Terra Interface Panel (TIP #3), the user can access up to eight (8) Autoscope Solo Terra cameras via the Internet AND also stream MPEG-4 quality video from all 8 cameras simultaneously! NO EXTRA hardware (encoders, decoders, video platforms) is needed. Standard MPEG-4 streaming video comes with every video detection sensor product, which means you can watch the video detection anywhere, as long as there is a network connection to the cabinet. The embedded web server capability is a convenience to users who do not have the video detection software suite on their PC. The software can be used either at the traffic cabinet or from home, while monitoring the traffic system. 10

11 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Image Sensor Cable Autoscope Solo Terra uses the new 3-wires-only system for connecting power and communications between the cabinet and the camera. A system that does not require individual coaxial cable and power cables, and only needs three (3) wires, housed in a single cable, is a major breakthrough for the traffic control industry. The City of Fort Collins would gain the immediate advantage of reduced installation and maintenance time and effort when the 3-wiresonly system is adopted. There is an added benefit to using the three (3) wires; the wires can also be any available spare signal wires, which eliminate the hassle of pulling new cable through existing conduit. Figure 5: Autoscope Solo Terra"3-wires-only" cable Common Autoscope Terra Assembly in Traffic Control Cabinet The following picture illustrates the Autoscope Solo Terra system installed in both a 33X cabinet and a NEMA cabinet. You will notice that the City of Fort Collins and its field crews will only have to learn and maintain two (2) components: Terra Interface Panel (TIP) see description in above section Terra Access Point (TAP) see description in above section An Ethernet network back to the TMC and installing a CAT-5 cable from the Terra Interface Panel (TIP) to the communication infrastructure will provide the City of Fort Collins with the ability to stream, and view the MPEG-4 video at their TMC, also continuously poll each camera for data, and perform detection simultaneously. This single CAT-5 cable will allow data and video transmission for up to eight (8) cameras in each intersection. Every camera is supplied STANDARD, from the factory, with Ethernet capabilities. No additional electronic cards or devices are required to connect Autoscope Solo Terra to a network. 11

12 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Normal Operations The detection system shall be able to emulate at least the following detector types simultaneously: Stop-line detector, presence detector, advance detection, speed trap detector, count detector, and vehicle classification (5 levels) detector. The camera shall output full motion color video. Autoscope Detection System Data Collection The Autoscope system detects, calculates, and collects user-specified traffic data including: Time MS Time of Day data where collected. Average Flow Rate Average Flow Rate, in vehicles counted per hour. Total Volume Count Total number of vehicles that have passed through the selected detector during the time interval. Arithmetic Mean Speed average speed of all vehicles passing through a specified Speed detector during the polling interval (reported in km/h or mi/h). The average speed is calculated as a time-average-speed. Vehicle Class Count A through E number of vehicles classified by five (5) user-defined lengths. Average Time Headway average number of seconds from leading edge of a vehicle to leading edge of the following vehicle. Average Time Occupancy percentage of time vehicles occupy a detector in a Measurement Interval. Level of Service Indicates a roadway s traffic capacity. Each roadway is constructed to accommodate different levels of traffic, measured by speed or flow/capacity. Depending on its design, the roadway s performance is graded at different traffic levels, from optimum ( A ) to ineffective ( F ). Space Mean Speed average speed of all vehicles occupying a given section of highway over some specified time period. To compute SMS, the distance is divided by an average travel time. Space Occupancy Percentage space on a stretch of roadway that is occupied by vehicles at a given point in time. Typically, the stretch of roadway may be 1 Km; since the video camera has a shorter view of the roadway, the video processor provides an estimate of the Space Occupancy. Density Lists density value. Density or concentration is the number of vehicles per lane traveling over a unit length of highway at an instant in time. It is calculated as a number of vehicles on a road at an instant in time, divided by the distance between two points. Interval Occupancy each occupancy interval is a maximum time interval during which one or more vehicles are in the region of interest. Interval Net Time Gap Sum of the individual net time gaps of the detector over the same interval. Net Time Gap Net time gap from the previous vehicle to the detected vehicle, in milliseconds. Vehicle Length Length of vehicle. Vehicle Distance Inter-vehicle distance between two vehicles on a roadway. 12

13 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Embedded Software Operation Autoscope Solo Terra Software Suite The Machine Vision Processor (MVP) sensor s embedded software incorporates multiple applications that perform a variety of diagnostics, installation, fault tolerant operations, data communications, digital video streaming, and vehicle detection processing. Vehicle detection is reliable, consistent, and performs under all weather, lighting, and traffic congestion levels. An embedded web server permits standard Internet browsers to connect and perform basic configuration, maintenance, and video streaming services. A suite of client applications operates on the host PC or laptop with the Microsoft Windows XP or Vista operating systems. The applications include: Master Network Browser: Learns network of Autoscope devices and MVP sensors, displays basic information, and launches application software for one of those devices. Configuration Setup: Create and modify detector configurations on the MVP sensor or detector port master. Operation Log: Retrieve, display, and save run-time operation logs of special events for assistance in maintenance and troubleshooting. Software Install: Reconfigure one or more MVP sensors with a newer release of embedded system software. Streaming Video Player: Play and record streaming video with overlaid flashing detectors that show detection events. Data Retrieval: Fetch once or poll for traffic data and alarms for storage on a PC. Communications Server: Provide fault-tolerant, real-time TCP/IP communications to all devices and client applications with full logging capability for systems integration and maintenance. Autoscope Solo Terra Software Suite (Autoscope CommServer Software) On the software application side of the network, the Autoscope system integrates into existing traffic management center networks through a client-server relationship. A communications server application provides the data communications interface between as few as one, to as many as hundreds of MVP sensors, and a number of client applications on workstations. The client applications either can be hosted on the same PC as the communications server or may be distributed over a local area network of personal computers (PCs) using the industry standard TCP/IP network protocol. Multiple client applications may execute simultaneously on the same host or multiple host computers, depending on the network configuration. Additionally, a web browser interface allows use of simple industry-standard Internet web browsers to connect to MVP sensors for easy setup, maintenance, and digital streaming video viewing. Each Autoscope Solo Terra device independently supports video streams to multiple clients, making it a turnkey solution for a small or single site installation. The Autoscope Solo Terra also integrates well into a larger, more structured network environment where security, access control, and bandwidth monitoring are key concerns. It is Econolite s recommendation to use a media server network configuration to replicate or relay a single media input stream to 13

14 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System multiple video clients. With multiple media servers placed at the City network operations center, the City can realize the following benefits: Networking The Autoscope system architecture fully supports Ethernet networking of system components through a variety of industry standard and commercially available infrastructure applications that are used in the traffic industry. The data communications supports direct connect, Ethernet link, and multi-drop interconnects. Simple, standard Ethernet wiring is supported to minimize overall system cost and improve reliability, utilizing existing infrastructure and ease of system installation and maintenance. Both streaming video and data communications can be interconnected over long distances through fiber optic, microwave, and other commonly used digital communications transport configurations. Data Characteristics and Storage The video detection system shall provide summary traffic statistics including volume, occupancy, and speed, which can be retrieved remotely or locally via embedded nonvolatile memory, that have at least eight (8) megabytes for traffic data storage. Autoscope Data Collector The Autoscope Data Collector application polls and transfers, real-time data from the Autoscope machine vision processor to a computer, which runs the Autoscope suite of detection applications. The Data Collector application is also able to poll for persistent data, or provides a continuous data collection feed. Accessing data collected by Autoscope is provided using the Network Browser Data menu. You may view the data in the listed folders. Data records are saved in.txt file format that may be opened and formatted in any word processor or spreadsheet software for viewing and analysis. The Autoscope MVP has 12.5 Megabytes of nonvolatile memory for storing data; depending on detector file setup, it is common to store 30 to 60 days worth of data for later retrieval. Sample Directory of Stored Data Files 14

15 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Assigned Personnel (Availability and Motivation) Econolite Control Products, Inc. has been in business since Our main headquarters are located at 3360 East La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA Additionally, we have several satellite offices across the country, as well as offices in Mexico and Canada. Econolite s local presence is in Colorado Springs, CO where over 60 dedicated engineers and systems implementation and support personnel reside to handle the full extent of our comprehensive customer support needs. Econolite is a United States-based, privately owned company that employs over 300 valued employees. Our Story For over 75 years, Econolite has been an innovator of transportation management solutions, which include advanced traffic controllers (NEMA & ATC/2070), Aries, icons, and PYRAMIDS traffic management systems, Autoscope video vehicle detection systems, arterial systems masters, vehicle and pedestrian signals, traffic control cabinets, traffic data collection and network security solutions, and a full line of transportation maintenance services. Econolite is committed to employing advanced technologies that reduce traveler time, ease congestion, enhance transit operations, provide safer mobility, and improve quality of life. As a traffic control equipment supplier, Econolite has been involved in a wide variety of projects since These projects range from supplying equipment for intersections to providing custom engineering, equipment integration, installation, and testing of multi-intersection/agency systems. Econolite has over 5,000 arterial systems in operation controlling in excess of 100,000 intersections. Additionally, Econolite has over 100,000 video detection systems being utilized in intersection and freeway applications. Econolite has provided local communities and the traffic industry with several innovations including the development of the first digital controller, introduction of the first microprocessor-based controller, the first widespread application of closed loop arterial control systems, installation of the first NEMA TS2 Type 1 cabinet assembly, introduction of the first wide area video vehicle detection system using multiple camera inputs, and support of the NTCIP protocol. In addition to its proprietary product development, Econolite also provides custom hardware and software development to create innovative solutions for specific customer requirements. Econolite offers a unique blend of capabilities and experience combined with a dedicated and professional staff. Econolite is committed to the application of new technology for the safe and efficient movement of goods and people. 15

16 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Business Market Focus As a national leader in traffic solutions, Econolite believes active involvement with industry committees and organizations is crucial. We assist in providing direction concerning industry changes based on feedback from our valued customers and staff expertise. The table below is an overview of Econolite s industry standards contribution and participation. Committee ITSA NEMA NTCIP TRB ATC ITE IMSA Member Involvement Board, Exhibitor Advisory, Organizing, Pan America, International BDC, TSOP, BLC, VII Task Force Technical, Technical Oversight, Advertising Joint, ASC Working Group, Global Working Group, Base Standards & Protocols, Signal Control Priority, Field Management Stations, Center-to-Center Traffic Signal Systems, Freeway Operations Joint, Controller Working Group, API Working Group, ITS Cabinet Working Group Vehicle & Pedestrian Signals, LED Signals, TENC , Advertising Sustaining Member, Advertising Econolite s business focus is dedicated to providing its customers with quality products and services throughout the traffic management industry. Econolite is also involved in the joint NEMA/ITE/AASHTO committee for the development of the next generation Advanced Traffic Controller (ATC). Quality Commitment Econolite is committed to providing quality products and services to our customers. This commitment has lead to Econolite establishing a quality system conforming to the requirements of the ISO 9000 standards. Econolite obtained ISO 9001:2008 registration in August This registration covers both Econolite Engineering and Manufacturing processes. Training for Installation and Repair Training is available on the operation, setup, and maintenance of the video detection system. The MVP sensor is a sophisticated leading-edge technology system. However, its software makes for simple setup and reasonable operation, proper instruction from certified instructors and coaching on particular applications, helps ensure competency and confidence in achieving the detection objectives. The User's Guide is not an adequate substitute for practical classroom training and formal certification by an approved agency. Technical support is available in person or by phone, 16

17 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System , and web meetings on the features and applications of the video detection system. Such continuing education opportunities help support local maintenance staff. 3-Year Factory Warranty, plus Available Extended Warranty Econolite warrants the Autoscope Solo Terra system hardware for 3 years, beginning at time of purchase for direct purchase and at time of acceptance for direct items, as provided in the RFP specification. Ongoing software support by Econolite includes software updates of the MVP sensor, detector port master, and for the applications, which make up the supervisor computer, software suite. These updates are provided free of charge during the warranty period. Econolite maintains a program for technical support and software updates following expiration of the warranty period. This program is available to the City in the form of a separate agreement for continuing support. Warranty extensions are available for up to an additional 3 years, with purchase of an extended warranty plan. Autoscope Project References The list below represents an example of a most current customer references, who are available for contact regarding their use of the Autoscope system. City of Denver Chris Lillie (720) West Colfax Avenue, 5th floor, Denver, CO City of Englewood Ladd Vostry (303) Englewood Pkwy., Englewood, CO City of Westminster Greg Olson (303) W. 92nd Ave, Westminster, CO City of Longmont Bob Ball (303) Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO

18 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System City of Fort Collins Team Members Biographies The success of any project is determined by the level of support provided and available to meet the needs of the team effort. Econolite shall provide a locally available management team and group of field technicians to provide the City with the information and concentrated support needed to manage any requests made by City staff throughout the contract period. The following provides an overview of the staff, which is going to support this contract, and their qualifications. Dan Schoenecke Account Manager (Serving as Project Manager) Mr. Schoenecke offers over 35 years of transportation management systems experience. He began as a Traffic Control Systems Construction Technician for Dial Electric providing construction and maintenance for traffic controllers for five years. He then accepted a position with Traffic Systems as a Traffic Control Systems Maintenance Supervisor coordinating, training, and supervising staff as well as designing traffic blueprints. Mr. Schoenecke eventually established his own traffic signal control equipment business and generated over $2.4 million in sales. He then sold the business to focus exclusively on sales and account management of traffic signal control products and services. Mr. Schoenecke has worked for Econolite for over 14 years. He has been the lead in many successful projects for such cities as: City of Denver, City of Westminster, City of Arvada, City of Littleton, City of Englewood, City of Jefferson, and City of Boulder, just to name a few. Mr. Schoenecke is an International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) certified Level I and Level II traffic signal technician. 18

19 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Gus Nunez Responsible Manager Mr. Nunez brings over 27 years of experience from the electronics distribution industry where he most recently held a director/leadership role within the marketing team at Avnet Electronics Marketing, which also happens to be a premier business partner to Econolite in the technology arena. In the last two years, Mr. Nunez has overseen the successful deployment of a variety of traffic systems projects, serving as western regional manager for Econolite. Bill Lietzan Field Installation Manager Mr. Lietzan will be the field installation manager for the City of Fort Collins. Mr. Lietzan serves the Colorado area as a field support technician for Econolite. In addition, in recognition of his high technical competence and customer service, he has been assigned as an advocate for all Econolite Group field technicians. In that role, he is responsible for ensuring that all of the Econolite field technicians meet Econolite s high standards for performance. Mr. Lietzan will direct the staff to ensure that the field installations and cabinet modifications are completed in a timely and acceptable manner. David Candey, Jr. Video System Integration Manager Mr. Candey provides Autoscope technical support and specializes in video detection systems for traffic control systems and traffic operations. He has over 30 years experience working in technical fields employing digital signal processing applications, database design, and systems engineering, including over 14 years in the transportation management industry. He earned a B.A. in Physics from Oberlin College. Mr. Candey joined Econolite in 1993, having worked for Next Generation Consulting as a Senior Consulting Systems Engineer, Unocal Corporation as a Senior Systems Analyst, and the United States Navy as a Physicist. At Econolite, Mr. Candey first developed communications protocols and flash/ts2 diagnostics for the Econolite ASC/2 traffic controller. In 1995, he became a key Autoscope team member in hardware and software design, documentation, manufacture, system specification, traffic control system implementation, and traffic system operations. Drawing on his wide background and experience, he provides extensive application support for project designs and installations. He consults on system projects utilizing the Autoscope Communications protocols and with most university video detection programs. For a publication example with a university, he and his coauthors received the Transportation Research Board s (TRB) 2006 D. Grant Mickle Award for the outstanding paper in the field of operation, safety, and maintenance of transportation facilities. Mr. Candey plays a key role in software and hardware design, technical specification development, and Autoscope system design and integration for large projects. He is often called upon for new or difficult field assignments, especially involving varied backgrounds, languages, and new markets. Mr. Candey has been directly involved in every major Autoscope system installation in North America, totaling over 3,000 sensors, and has consulted on many other projects. He has also conducted over 250 Autoscope system-training classes at the Design Engineer, Introduction, Field Installation, Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. He has written several articles for various traffic publications. 19

20 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Brian Moberly, Senior Manager Engineering Support Mr. Moberly is an Econolite Field Support Manager. He provides product support for Econolite s entire traffic controller/video detection/cabinet accessory line of products. He also assists with troubleshooting/configuration of ITS systems, traffic controllers, video detection, cabinet accessories, and field communications. Mr. Moberly is responsible for all aspects of agencies ITS projects, equipment, and operations. He works independently with consultants to develop and design agencies traffic management centers, fiber optic networks, and related components and technologies. He initiates and implements ASC/3 citywide controllers upgrade for new ITS deployment. He ensures all ITS systems are operating properly within the city including i2tms, traffic signal controllers, CCTV Cameras, remotely managed video detection systems, Dynamic Message Signs, count stations, message alert system and ITS workstations. He handles all aspects of operation, management and troubleshooting of ITS network equipment and related components including dedicated Layer 2 and 3 switches. He reviews all ITS and traffic signal plans for conformance with agency standards. He recently played a key role in the success of the recently deployed multi agency Bell Road ITS project. He is responsible for project management and inspections for ITS fiber and equipment installations. He confers with supervisors, engineers, consultants, and contractors regarding interpretations, technical matters, specifications, correspondence, discrepancies and field changes. Scott Robinson Autoscope Product Manager - Hardware (Asset) Procurement Mr. Robertson s product management objectives include identifying market requirements domestically and internationally, maintain strong relationship with strategic partners, ensure product profitability, and continued market share growth. Responsibilities of the Product Manager include assisting regional Account Managers in promotion and the sale of Autoscope systems throughout the western United States. His tasks include sales presentations, trainings, technical support, and installations. Mr. Robinson served as an Autoscope Specialist and Sales Account Manger with Econolite Control Products, Inc. from January 2000 to February 2005 before becoming Autoscope Product Manager. During Mr. Robinson s 12 years with Econolite, he has sold and supported numerous Autoscope installations throughout the Econolite Western Sales Region. He is certified as an Autoscope Instructor and has conducted numerous presentations and trainings on video vehicle detection in the United States and internationally. Randy Shumway Training and Technical Support A local Colorado Springs resident, Mr. Shumway is a Certified Autoscope Instructor and has taught classes in Colorado, Anaheim, Ontario Canada, New Mexico, and Texas. His duties include telephone technical support for the complete Autoscope product line. He has been responsible for various field support site visits, which includes Colorado, Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Nebraska. He has also completed an education program that has provided him with advanced network certification. 20

21 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Cost and Work Hours The Econolite Autoscope Solo Terra system requires three major components: An integrated camera and processor unit with built in surge suppression. A rack mount style contact closure interface to the controller (supporting 1-8 cameras). A communications interface panel (also supporting 1-8 cameras) providing power, lightning protection, and RJ45 Ethernet port communications to the cameras. Below is a line item description of individual components of and Autoscope Solo Terra video detection system: Item Quantity Description (Model Number) Sell Price Extended 1 1(ea) Solo Terra camera (ASOLOTERRA1S) $3, $3, (ea) Terra Interface Panel (ATIP1) (ea) Terra Access Point (ATAPE) 1, , (ea) Horizontal Mounting Bracket (AMBKTM11S) (ea) Red/Green Interface Panel (33457G57) (ea) Input / Output Harness (ASTCBL12) Work Hours Included with the purchase price of the Solo Terra system is the onsite support of an authorized and factory-trained Autoscope representative. Addendum No. 1 Complex Intersection Pricing Below is a summary of the components required to satisfy the detection objectives for the sample Complex Intersection, with a six-leg (6)-camera Autoscope Solo Terra video detection system: Item Quantity Description/Model Number Sell Price Extended 1 6(ea) Solo Terra camera (ASOLOTERRA1S) $3, $22, (ea) Terra Interface Panel (ATIP1) (ea) Terra Access Point (ATAPE) 1, , (ea) Horizontal Mounting Bracket (AMBKTM11S) (ea) Red/Green Interface Panel (33457G57) (ea) Input / Output Harness (ASTCBL12) Total Complex Intersection Project Price $26, Notes: 1. Included with the purchase price of the Solo Terra system is the onsite support of an authorized and factory-trained Autoscope representative. Onsite representative should be scheduled a minimum of two weeks before any system turn-on. Econolite will accommodate short-notice installations, as permissible. 2. Figures provided above do not include installation labor, field cabling, lane closures, or field communications integration and/or troubleshooting. 21

22 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Addendum No. 1, Specifications and Contract Documents Exhibit 1 Questions & Answers The following provides the detection design layout for sample complex intersection configuration provided in Addendum No. 1 of this RFP. This design takes into consideration presence detection for 25 lanes (including bicycle lanes) at a 6-leg intersection, and volume, occupancy, vehicle classification, and speed detection for 25 lanes at a 6-leg intersection. Pricing for this design is called out in the Cost and Work Hours section of this proposal. 1 BIKE Vehicle Pressence Detection: Stop Line Detector Bicycle: Stop Line Detector Traffic Data Collection 5 6 BIKE 7 13 BIKE BIKE BIKE BIKE

23 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Required Documents Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Though there is no specific contract requirement to use a DBE firm for the fulfillment of this contract (City of Fort Collins, Proposal 7398), Econolite will work with the City to make arrangements for use of such firm(s), if the specific requirements of the City change during the contract period. Buy America Certification Certification requirement for procurement of steel, iron, or manufactured products Certificate of Compliance with 49 U.S.C. 5323(j)(1) Econolite hereby certifies that it will meet the requirements of 49 U.S.C. 5323(j)(1) and the applicable regulations in 49 C.F.R. Part Date: June 20, 2012 Name: Gus Nunez Title: Western Regional Sales Manager Signature: Company Name: Econolite Control Products, Inc. 23

24 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Lobbying Certification and Disclosure APPENDIX A, 49 CFR PART 20--CERTIFICATION REGARDING LOBBYING Certification for Contracts, Grants, Loans, and Cooperative Agreements (To be submitted with each bid or offer exceeding $100,000) The undersigned [Contractor] certifies, to the best of his or her knowledge and belief, that: (1) No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of an agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the awarding of any Federal contract, the making of any Federal grant, the making of any Federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of any Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement. (2) If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for making lobbying contacts to an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form--LLL, "Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying," in accordance with its instructions [as amended by "Government wide Guidance for New Restrictions on Lobbying," 61 Fed. Reg (1/19/96). Note: Language in paragraph (2) herein has been modified in accordance with Section 10 of the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 (P.L , to be codified at 2 U.S.C. 1601, et seq.)] (3) The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all subawards at all tiers (including subcontracts, subgrants, and contracts under grants, loans, and cooperative agreements) and that all subrecipients shall certify and disclose accordingly. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction was made or entered into. Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or entering into this transaction imposed by 31, U.S.C (as amended by the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995). Any person who fails to file the required certification shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such failure. [Note: Pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 1352(c)(1)-(2)(A), any person who makes a prohibited expenditure or fails to file or amend a required certification or disclosure form shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such expenditure or failure.] The Contractor, Econolite Control Products, Inc. certifies or affirms the truthfulness and accuracy of each statement of its certification and disclosure, if any. In addition, the Contractor understands and agrees that the provisions of 31 U.S.C. A 3801, et seq., apply to this certification and disclosure, if any. Signature of Contractor's Authorized Official: Name and Title of Contractor's Authorized Official: Gus Nunez, Western Regional Sales Manager Date: June 20,

25 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Appendices Appendix 1 Video Detection System Specifications Detailed Description Please see attached document. 25

26 Generic Procurement Specification for a Video Vehicle Detection System For Road Traffic Applications The Autoscope Solo Terra video vehicle detection system meets the attached specifications E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA P. O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) Fax (714) of M-0311 REV:2

27 1. Video Detection - General This specification sets forth the minimum requirements for a system that monitors vehicles on a roadway via processing of video images. The detection of vehicles passing through the field-of-view of an image sensor shall be made available to a large variety of end user applications as simple contact closure outputs that reflect the current real-time detector or alarm states (on/off) or as summary traffic statistics that are reported locally or remotely. The contact closure outputs shall be provided to a traffic signal controller and comply with the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) type C or D detector rack or 170 input file rack standards. The system architecture shall fully support Ethernet networking of system components through a variety of industry standard and commercially available infrastructures that are used in the traffic industry. The data communications shall support direct connect, [modem,] and multi-drop interconnects. Simple, standard Ethernet wiring shall be supported to minimize overall system cost and improve reliability, utilizing existing infrastructure and ease of system installation and maintenance. Both streaming video and data communications shall optionally be interconnected over long distances through fiber optic, microwave, or other commonly used digital communications transport configurations. On the software application side of the network, the system shall be integrated through a client-server relationship. A communications server application shall provide the data communications interface between as few as one to as many as hundreds of Machine Vision Processor (MVP) sensors and a number of client applications. The client applications shall either be hosted on the same PC as the communications server or may be distributed over a local area network of PC s using the industry standard TCP/IP network protocol. Multiple client applications shall execute simultaneously on the same host or multiple hosts, depending on the network configuration. Additionally, a web-browser interface shall allow use of industry standard Internet web browsers to connect to MVP sensors for setup, maintenance, and playing digital streaming video. 1.1 System Hardware The machine vision system hardware shall consist of three components: 1) a color, 22x zoom, MVP sensor 2) a modular cabinet interface unit 3) a communication interface panel. Additionally, an optional personal computer (PC) shall host the server and client applications that are used to program and monitor the system components. The real-time performance shall be observed by viewing the video output from the sensor with overlaid flashing detectors to indicate the current detection state (on/off). The MVP sensor shall optionally store cumulative traffic statistics internally in non-volatile memory for later retrieval and analysis. The MVP shall communicate to the modular cabinet interface unit via the communications interface panel and the software applications using the industry standard TCP/IP network protocol. The MVP shall have a built-in, Ethernet-ready, Internet Protocol (IP) address and shall be addressable with no plug in devices or converters required. The MVP shall provide standard MPEG-4 streaming digital video. Achievable frame rates shall vary from 5 to 30 frames/sec as a function of video quality and available bandwidth E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA P. O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) Fax (714) of 6 REV:2

28 The modular cabinet interface unit shall communicate directly with up to eight (8) MVP sensors and shall comply with the form factor and electrical characteristics to plug directly into a NEMA type C or D detector rack providing up to thirty-two (32) inputs and sixty-four (64) outputs or a 170 input file rack providing up to sixteen (16) contact closure inputs and twenty-four (24) contact closure outputs to a traffic signal controller. The communication interface panel shall provide four (4) sets of three (3) electrical terminations for threewire power cables for up to eight (8) MVP sensors that may be mounted on a pole or mast arm with a traffic signal cabinet or junction box. The communication interface panel shall provide high-energy transient protection to electrically protect the modular cabinet interface unit and connected MVP sensors. The communications interface panel shall provide single-point Ethernet connectivity via RJ45 connector for communication to and between the modular cabinet interface module and the MVP sensors. 1.2 System Software The MVP sensor embedded software shall incorporate multiple applications that perform a variety of diagnostic, installation, fault tolerant operations, data communications, digital video streaming, and vehicle detection processing. The detection shall be reliable, consistent, and perform under all weather, lighting, and traffic congestion levels. An embedded web server shall permit standard internet browsers to connect and perform basic configuration, maintenance, and video streaming services. There shall be a suite of client applications that reside on the host client / server PC. The applications shall execute under Microsoft Windows XP or Vista. Available client applications shall include: Master network browser: Learn a network of connected modular cabinet interface units and MVP sensors, display basic information, and launch applications software to perform operations within that system of sensors. Configuration setup: Create and modify detector configurations to be executed on the MVP sensor and the modular cabinet interface unit. Operation log: Retrieve, display, and save field hardware run-time operation logs of special events that have occurred. Software install: Reconfigure one or more MVP sensors with a newer release of embedded system software. Streaming video player: Play and record streaming video with flashing detector overlay. Data retrieval: Fetch once or poll for traffic data and alarms and store on PC storage media. Communications server: Provide fault-tolerant, real-time TCP/IP communications to / from all devices and client applications with full logging capability for systems integration E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA P. O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) Fax (714) of 6 REV:2

29 2. Functional Capabilities 2.1 MVP Sensor The MVP sensor shall be an integrated imaging color CCD array with zoom lens optics, high-speed, dualcore image processing hardware bundled into a sealed enclosure. The CCD array shall be directly controlled by the dual-core processor, thus providing high-quality video for detection that has virtually no noise to degrade detection performance. It shall be possible to zoom the lens as required for setup and operation. It shall provide JPEG video compression as well as standard MPEG-4 digital streaming video with flashing detector overlay. The MVP shall provide direct real-time iris and shutter speed control. The MVP image sensor shall be equipped with an integrated 22x zoom lens that can be changed using either configuration computer software. The digital streaming video output and all data communications shall be transmitted over the three-wire power cable Power The MVP sensor shall operate on 110/220 VAC, 50/60Hz at a maximum of 25 watts. The camera and processor electronics shall consume a maximum of 10 watts and the remaining 15 watts shall support an enclosure heater Detection Zone Programming Placement of detection zones shall be by means of a PC with a Windows XP or Vista operating system, a keyboard, and a mouse. The PC monitor shall be able to show the detection zones superimposed on images of traffic scenes. The detection zones shall be created by using a mouse to draw detection zones on the PC monitor. Using the mouse and keyboard it shall be possible to place, size, and orient detection zones to provide optimal road coverage for vehicle detection. It shall be possible to download detector configurations from the PC to the MVP sensor and cabinet interface module, to retrieve the detector configuration that is currently running in the MVP sensor, and to back up detector configurations by saving them to the PC fixed disks or other removable storage media. The supervisor computer's mouse and keyboard shall be used to edit previously defined detector configurations to permit adjustment of the detection zone size and placement, to add detectors for additional traffic applications, or to reprogram the MVP sensor for different traffic applications or changes in installation site geometry or traffic rerouting E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA P. O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) Fax (714) of 6 REV:2

30 2.1.4 Optimal Detection The video detection system shall optimally detect vehicle passage and presence when the MVP sensor is mounted 30 feet (10 m) or higher above the roadway, when the image sensor is adjacent to the desired coverage area, and when the distance to the farthest detection zone locations are not greater than ten (10) times the mounting height of the MVP. The recommended deployment geometry for optimal detection also requires that there be an unobstructed view of each traveled lane where detection is required. Although optimal detection may be obtained when the MVP is mounted directly above the traveled lanes, the MVP shall not be required to be directly over the roadway. The MVP shall be able to view either approaching or receding traffic or both in the same field of view. The preferred MVP sensor orientation shall be to view approaching traffic since there are more high contrast features on vehicles as viewed from the front rather than the rear. The MVP sensor placed at a mounting height that minimizes vehicle image occlusion shall be able to simultaneously monitor a maximum of six (6) traffic lanes when mounted at the road-side or up to eight (8) traffic lanes when mounted in the center with four lanes on each side. 2.2 Modular Cabinet Interface Unit The modular cabinet interface unit shall provide the hardware and software means for up to eight (8) MVP sensors to communicate real-time detection states and alarms to a local traffic signal controller. It shall comply with the electrical and protocol specifications of the detector rack standards. The card shall have 1500 Vrms isolation between rack logic ground and street wiring. The modular cabinet interface unit shall be a simple interface card that plugs directly into a 170 input file rack or a NEMA type C or D detector rack. The modular cabinet interface unit shall occupy only 2 slots of the detector rack. The modular cabinet interface unit shall accept up to sixteen (16) phase inputs and shall provide up to twenty-four (24) detector outputs. 2.3 Communications Interface Panel The communications interface panel shall support up to eight MVPs. The communications interface panel shall accept 110/220 VAC, 50/60 Hz power and provide predefined wire termination blocks for MVP power connections, a Broadband-over-Power-Line (BPL) transceiver to support up to 10Mb/s interdevice communications, electrical surge protectors to isolate the modular cabinet interface unit and MVP sensors, and an interface connector to cable directly to the modular cabinet interface unit. The interface panel shall provide power for up to eight (8) MVP sensors, taking local line voltage 110/220 VAC, 50/60 Hz and producing 110/220 VAC, 50/60 Hz, at about 30 watts to each MVP sensor. Two amp SLO-BLO fuses shall protect the communications interface panel E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA P. O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) Fax (714) of 6 REV:2

31 3. System Installation & Training The supplier of the video detection system may supervise the installation and testing of the video detection system and computer equipment as required by the contracting agency. Training is available to personnel of the contracting agency in the operation, set up, and maintenance of the video detection system. The MVP sensor and its support hardware / software is a sophisticated leading-edge technology system. Proper instruction from certified instructors is recommended to ensure that the end user has complete competency in system operation. The User's Guide is not an adequate substitute for practical classroom training and formal certification by an approved agency. 4. Warranty, Service, & Support For a minimum of three (3) years, the supplier shall warrant the video detection system. An option for additional year(s) warranty for up to 6 years shall be available. Ongoing software support by the supplier shall include software updates of the MVP sensor, modular cabinet interface unit, and supervisor computer applications. These updates shall be provided free of charge during the warranty period. The supplier shall maintain a program for technical support and software updates following expiration of the warranty period. This program shall be available to the contracting agency in the form of a separate agreement for continuing support E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA P. O. Box 6150, Anaheim, CA PH: (714) Fax (714) of 6 REV:2

32 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Appendix 2 - Autoscope Solo Terra, Field Installation Acceptance Test Plan Please see attached document. 26

33 Autoscope Solo Terra Field Installation Acceptance Test Plan REF: Project Specify Project Info I. Purpose This document provides a formalized Acceptance Test Plan to commission intersections where Autoscope Solo Terra Video Detection Systems have been installed. This plan has been designed to provide a thorough verification of VID system equipment physical installation, setup, and functional performance that can be accomplished within a time frame that is manageable and reasonable. It is recommended that the Contractor refer to the latest version of the Autoscope Solo Terra Installation Guide, P/N , available from Econolite Inc for detailed installation Solo Terra Video Detection information. It is expected that the full installation, wiring, and system set up will be completed prior to the date of the Acceptance test. The Acceptance Test Plan would be implemented by Econolite Inc personnel or designated representatives, along with representatives of the Contractor and Project Engineer, as appropriate, in accordance with the project specifications. Econolite shall submit five (5) copies of this Plan to the Contractor for submittal to the Engineer for review and approval prior to commencement of any testing. The Contractor shall notify Econolite of the Engineer s authorization to proceed with testing at least two business weeks prior to the commencement of the test. II. Pre Acceptance Test Overview and Information This section provides an informational overview of the Autoscope Solo Terra Video Detection System. See Figure 1 System Diagram - below. 1. Autoscope Solo Terra Machine Vision Processors (MVPs) operate on 120VAC. Cabling consists of a 3-conductor #18 stranded cable, with a polyethylene jacket. Econolite P/N is recommended. A special EasyLock connector (see Figure 3 below) is field-terminated by the Contractor on the camera end of each MVP cable. The connector and instructions for installation are provided inside each Autoscope Solo Terra shipping box, and can also be found in the Autoscope Solo Terra Installation Guide. 2. Autoscope Solo Terra is an Ethernet-based system, and uses Broadband-Over-Power technology for video and data transmission from the Solo Terra MVPs mounted on the poles to the Terra Interface Panel (TIP) inside the traffic cabinet. See Figure 1 below. 3. A laptop PC with Ethernet port, and an Ethernet crossover cable (or Ethernet switch) are needed for setup and programming of Autoscope Solo Terra systems E. La Palma Ave Anaheim, CA PH: (714) FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150 Anaheim, CA Page 1 of 7

34 Figure 1 Diagram of Autoscope Solo Terra system components 4. Installation-related items that will be checked as part of the Physical Inspection phase of the Acceptance Test Plan: a. Proper Solo Terra MVP camera mounting and placement b. Quality cabling and splicing techniques used for cable runs from Solo Terra MVPs back to the cabinet c. Proper labeling of MVP cables entering the cabinet - Identify each incoming branch cable using colored tape, labels, etc. Start by identifying the cable from the Solo Terra MVP viewing Phases 2 and 5, and label its cable as #1. Continue clockwise around the intersection, labeling cables 2, 3, and 4. If there are more than 4 cameras at the intersection, label the additional cables using the same basic convention, as 5 and 6, etc. d. Proper stripping and terminating of cables to the Terra Interface Panel (TIP). Ensuring that the 4 MVP 120VAC power switches are in the OFF (0) position, terminate cables 1 through 4 to their respective terminals. If there are more than 4 Solo Terra MVPs at the intersection, terminate MVPs numbered 1 and 5, 2 and 6, etc together under the appropriate compression terminals E. La Palma Ave Anaheim, CA PH: (714) FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150 Anaheim, CA Page 2 of 7

35 3-Conductor cable to each Terra MVP Figure 2 - EasyLock Connector field-terminated at each Solo Terra MVP (no special tools required) Figure 3 Terra Interface Panel (TIP) Procedure for setting Solo Terra MVP Zoom during installation In order to zoom the Terra MVP cameras, it is necessary to view video from each MVP, in turn, and adjust the camera zoom. To accomplish this in an Ethernet (IP) system, temporary IP addresses must be set for the MVPs and the TAP. The following procedure temporarily sets the IP addresses and facilitates setting the zoom of the camera. This must be done in conjunction with physical mounting of the Terra MVP on the pole or luminaire arm, so that the installer in the bucket truck can make any necessary horizontal and vertical adjustments to achieve the desired Field of View. Selecting Video for Aiming and Setting Camera Zoom (First Time Installation) TAP Learn Once field cabling and MVP mounting is complete, and cabinet cables are in place, the following procedure is the recommended method to view video from each camera and set camera aim. It is recommended that the field cables be terminated to the TIP in a preset order; 3360 E. La Palma Ave Anaheim, CA PH: (714) FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150 Anaheim, CA Page 3 of 7

36 for example, terminate the cable from the MVP viewing Phase 2, followed by Phase 4, then Phase 6, then Phase Make sure the intersection Terra hardware is isolated not connected to any external Ethernet network. 2. Connect a video monitor (or equivalent) to the Video Output port of the TAP. Do not power up the TAP yet. 3. Switch OFF the four 120VAC power switches on the TIP. (place switches in the 0 position) 4. Power up the Terra Access Point (TAP). Wait approximately 2 minutes for the TAP to boot up. 5. TAP Learn Once the TAP boots up, it begins to look for Autoscope Terra units on its local network. You can view its TAP Learn results on the video monitor. a. Turn ON the TIP power switch for MVP number 1. (place switch in the 1 position) b. Wait approximately 30 seconds. Turn ON the TIP power switch for MVP number 2. c. Wait approximately 30 seconds. Turn ON the TIP power switch for MVP number 3 d. Wait 30 seconds and turn ON the TIP power switch for MVP number 4 6. As each MVP powers up in order, the TAP will learn it, and assign it a temporary IP address. This temporary IP address will allow the Terra MVP to stream video to the TAP s Video OUT port and to the monitor during the zooming and aiming process. 7. Once all Terra MVPs have been learned, proceed with aiming and zooming, as recommended. 8. If the intersection is not to be connected to an existing Agency network, the default IP addresses can be made permanent during the MVP setup process. If the Terra hardware is to be connected to an Ethernet network, IP addresses can be changed during setup to match those assigned by the Network Administrator. 9. Run the Setup Wizard from the Autoscope Network Browser to configure the Solo Terra MVPs, AND the TAP. Note that the TAP has a Detector Port Configuration tab in the Properties Editor. This is where a list is created of the Solo Terra MVP units that the TAP should poll for detector outputs. III. Acceptance Test A. Physical Inspection and Programming The Econolite, Inc. authorized representative shall inspect every video detection site as follows, using the Turn-on Checklist for VID systems. a. Check Solo Terra MVP for proper installation and placement b. Check the cable run back to the cabinet, and any splices c. Check the aim and zoom (Field of View) for each Solo Terra MVP. d. Check for proper labeling of MPV cables entering the cabinet e. Check for proper MVP cable terminations to the Terra Interface Panel (TIP) (order that cables are terminated, and quality of the terminations) 3360 E. La Palma Ave Anaheim, CA PH: (714) FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150 Anaheim, CA Page 4 of 7

37 f. Check for proper AC power connections from the TIP to the Ground Bus, AC-, and filtered AC+, as appropriate g. Check the jumpers on the Terra Access Point (TAP) for correct placement (factory default settings are appropriate for most installations) h. Check that the Terra Access Point (TAP) is plugged into the detector rack, into an even-numbered slot, or into a Stand-alone Enclosure, and is powered. i. Check that the Firewire-style cable is connected from the Terra Access Point (TAP) to the Terra Interface Panel (TIP). j. Check the MVP status LEDs on the Terra Access Point (TAP) for correct indications. k. Check that the correct I/O cabling correctly terminated for TS1 and/or TS2 operation l. View the video from the TAP Video Out port for each connected Terra MVP i. Check the MVP Status screen to view IP addresses of connected MPVs. 1. Check that the IP addresses are correct for the installation 2. Check that all connected MVPs are listed ii. View the video from each MVP 1. Check for video quality 2. Check that the detector file is drawn correctly 3. Check that the phase color information matches the traffic signal colors for that movement 4. Check that the time displayed is correct m. Using an attached PC and appropriate version of Autoscope Network Browser software, i. Check each Terra MVP as follows 1. Check the Properties page for appropriate data, including Regional Settings 2. Using the Wizard or Detector Editor a. Check for appropriate Background Refresh rates for Stop Bar and Advance detectors b. Check for appropriate detector lengths used, compared to physical layout of the approach (calibration) c. Check for appropriate Type 9 detector settings d. Check that Inputs are active and operate correctly e. Check the Output assignments 3. Check the Front Panel display tabs for correct data 4. Check the Operations Log a. Check log entries and clear acknowledgeable errors b. Save an Archive file ii. Check the TAP, as follows 1. Check the Properties page for appropriate data, including Regional settings 2. Check the Front Panel display tabs for correct data a. General Properties b. Regional Settings 3360 E. La Palma Ave Anaheim, CA PH: (714) FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150 Anaheim, CA Page 5 of 7

38 c. Communication Settings based on isolated or Network system operation i. IP Address ii. Network Mask iii. Gateway settings, d. Check the Detector Port configuration for correct settings, making sure all connected MVPs are listed in the correct order, based on the order that the MVP cables are terminated to the TIP. (Consistent consecutive assignment of IP addresses, in the same order, simplifies troubleshooting.) n. Check the TAP LED display i. Check Outputs - observe that vehicles on each approach turn on the correct LED representing that TAP output ii. Check Inputs - verify correct Input status on the LEDs, based on phase color inputs from the controller/cabinet o. Outputs from the Detection System to the Traffic Controller i. Correlate a vehicle entering the detection zones with 1. TAP LEDs turning on and off appropriately (previous step) 2. Detector Status Display of the traffic controller shows detector turning on and off appropriately B. Functional Demonstration After Completion of the Physical inspection and programming, Econolite shall demonstrate that each VID system is functioning properly, as follows: a. Video display of detection zones, as show on Attachment 2 of this document. b. TAP STATUS LEDs activate upon power up of the TAP, and display a blink code as shown below. The blink codes displayed from LEDs 1 through 8 correlate to the MVPs that have been assigned numbers 1 through 8, based on the order that they appear in the TAP s Detector Port configuration. c. TAP Status LED Blink Codes - Use these codes when troubleshooting an installation. In the first four positions of the TAP s rotary switch, the four status LEDs correspond to the Solo Terra MVPs designated as Sensors 1 to 4. In rotary switch positions 5 through 8, the four status LEDs correspond to the Solo Terra MVPs designated as sensors 5 to 8. (if not installed, the LEDs will be off) The following table lists Terra Access Point Status LED Blink Codes: Blink Code Fast GREEN blink. Fast GREEN and RED blink. Description Valid Detector Port communications. Detector output assignments are present Valid Detector Port communications. Output assignment conflict errors 3360 E. La Palma Ave Anaheim, CA PH: (714) FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150 Anaheim, CA Page 6 of 7

39 Slow GREEN and RED blink. Fast YELLOW blink. OFF Valid Detector Port communications. No outputs assigned by MVP Intermittent Detector Port communications with MVP (missed responses from MVP) No communications with MVP (or MVP not installed) d. Each Functional demonstration shall have a hard copy detector diagram and BMP picture left in the cabinet for future maintenance reference, as displayed in Attachment 2 of this document. C. Test Results Results of Section III A - Physical Inspection and Programming and Section III B - Functional Demonstration shall be provided both live during the actual testing, and in hard copy documentation to both the Contractor and Engineer representatives during inspection and demonstration periods. Upon acceptance, Econolite must receive written authorization by the Contractor to proceed to Section III D - Performance Test Sampling. D. Performance Test Sampling As part of the Acceptance Testing for this project, Econolite recommends the following Video Detection System Performance Testing be conducted. This testing would commence following written acceptance of the Test Results (see Section E), and written authorization to proceed from the Contractor. 1. Operational performance testing of two (2) MVP sensors, selected by the Engineer from locations within this project 2. Econolite shall record (30) thirty-minute test samples of the assigned locations during morning and evening peak transition times on a normal business day. This shall be accomplished by using either a VHS videotape unit, or DVD recorder. Each VID unit tested shall have its videotape or DVD test sample documented, labeled and time stamped per the specification. 3. The Performance test plan and samples shall also include the following: a. Detector layout for each approach tested. b. Video labels with time and location on video sample. c. Phase state indication display on video sample. d. Input/output assignments. 4. At the completion of the performance testing, Econolite shall furnish the original unedited recordings and documentation to the Project Engineer E. La Palma Ave Anaheim, CA PH: (714) FAX: (714) P.O. Box 6150 Anaheim, CA Page 7 of 7

40 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Appendix 3 Autoscope Solo Terra PIN NEMA Environmental Test Specification Please see attached document. 27

41 ~ECONOLITE Autoscope Solo Terra PIN NEMA Environmental Test Specification July II, 2007

42 1.0 Scope The Autoscope shall perform the specified functional tests under the conditions set forth in this document to demonstrate conformance to the applicable envirolullental requirements as set forth in Section 2 ofnema Publication Noo TS2, 200.3, Traffic Controller Assemblies.. This test does not include Vibration or Shock (Impact) Tests referenced in paragraph TS2 specificationo In the interest of ensuring safe and reliable operation of the Autoscope unit, the stress levels which the tests encompass are nominal "worst case" conditions the unit might experience in actual field operation.. The tests are intended for type acceptance, not production testing. The tests consist of checking the functional operation ofthe Autoscope when subjected to transients, varying temperature and humidity, and changing power conditions. 1.1 Test Facilities All instluments required in the test procedures, such as video equipment, voltmeters, ammeters, thermocouples, etc. shall be selected in accordance with good engineering practiceso Allowances for instlumentation errors shall be included in the limit testso Variable DC Source: A variable DC Voltage source capable of supplying 2 Amperes at 10 to 28 Voltso Variable AC Source: A variable AC Voltage source capable of supplying 1 Ampere at 0 to 140 Voltso Environmental Chamber: An environmental test chamber capable of attaining temperatures of-34c to +74C and relative humidity as given in Table 3-1 below. 1.1 A Transient Generators: Electronic devices capable of supplying the transients outlined in Video Monitor: A standard video monitor capable of displaying a composite video signal Video Source: A composite video source (VCR, DVD, camera) Test Fixture: A 44-pin edge connector with wires to attach to DC power supply Computer: A desktop or laptop computer with Microsoft Windows and the Autoscope 900 Browser software installedo 2

43 2.0 Functional tests 2.1 Configuration The Autoscope shall be tested by streaming video and communications through the Autoscope browser while connected to the test fixture. The results will be displayed on the monitor..3.0 Environmental Tests Except as noted below, the test procedures for the Autoscope are the same as outlined in Section in NEMA Standards Publication No. TS2, 2003, Traffic Controller Assemblies. 3.1 Operating Voltage The DC Operating voltage shall be 10.5 to 28 Volts. 3.2 Temperature and Humidity The Autoscope shall meet the operational requirements ofthe functional tests when the temperature and humidity ambient settings are within the specified limits defined below Ambient Temperature The operating ambient temperature range shall be from-.34c to +74C. The storage temperature range shall be from -45C to +85C. The rate of change in ambient temperature shall not exceed l7c per hour, during which the relative humidity shall not exceed 95 percent. See NEMA Standards Publication No. TS2, 2003, Traffic Controller Assemblies, paragraph A Humidity The relative humidity shall not exceed 95 percent non-condensing over the temperature range of +4AC to C. Above +43.3C, constant absolute humidity shall be maintained. This will result in the relative humidities shown in Table 3-1 for dynamic testing. See NEMA Standards Publication No. TS2, 200.3, Traffic Controller Assemblies, paragraph and Table

44 Table 3-1 Wet-Bulb Dry-Bulb Relative Humidity at Barometric Pressure 0[29.92 In. Hg. Dry Bulb Temperature(C) 44 10, Ll 73.9 *For dynamic testing Relative Humidity Percent* Wet Bulb Temperature(C) ,0 30., Transients, Power Service The Autoscope shall operate normally when the test impulses described in NEMA Standards Publication NO. TS2, 2003, Traffic Controller Assemblies, paragraph 2,1.,6.1 is applied as follows: High Repetition Noise Transient Characteristics as shown in Fig 3-1 a) Amplitude: 300volts ±5% positive and negative polarity. b) Peak Power 2500 watts c) Rep Rate 33.3 ms moving uniformly over the full wave every 3 seconds. d) Pulse Rise Time: 1 IlS e) Pulse Width: lolls. 4

45 Line Line AC Noise Device Source Generator Under Test Neut Neut Fig 3-1 Test Configuration Note: When testing for the reverse polarity transient, the transient generator output shall be reversed, 33,2 Low-Repetition High-Energy Transients.. Connect as shown in Fig 3-2. The test pulses shall not exceed the following conditions: I. Amplitude: 600 volts ± 5 percent, both positive and negative polarity. 2, Energy SOllIce: Capacitor, oil filled, 10 microfarads ± 10 percent, internal surge impedance less than I ohm. 3. Repetition: I discharge every 10 seconds. 4, Pulse Position: Random across 360 degrees of the line cycle, AC Source rh 130 JJH AAAAA Neg. Pos. Line Neut Device Under Test rh Transient Generator Figure 3-2 Test Configuration Note: When testing for the reverse polarity transient, the transient generator output shall be reversed. 5

46 The CA shall be capable of withstanding a high energy transient having the following characteristics repeatedly applied to the alternating cunent input terminals (no other power connected to terminals) as shown in Fig 3-3 without failure of the test specimen: I. Amplitude: 1000 volts ± 5 percent, both positive and negative polarity. 2. Energy Source: Capacitor, oil filled, 15 microfarads ±IO percent, intemal surge impedance less than I ohm..3. Repetition: Applied to the CA once every 2 seconds for a maximum of three applications for each polarity. 4. After the foregoing, the CA shall perform all defined functions upon the application of nominal altemating current power.. Transient Generator Pas. Ne 9 Line Neut. Device Under Test Figure.3-.3 Test Configuration Note: When testing for the reverse polarity transient, the transient generator output shall be reversed Trar1sients, Input-Output Terminals. The CA shall maintain all defined functions, when the test pulse occurs on the input or output terminals. I. Amplitude:.300 Volts, both positive and negative polarity. 2.. Pulse Source: 1000 Ohms nominal impedance.3. Repetition: I pulse per second, for a minimum of 5 pulses. 4. Pulse Rise Time: 1 microsecond. 5. Pulse Width: 10 microseconds Impulse Application Impulse described in shall be applied as follows. Between Logic Ground and 110 pins. The test setup shown in Fig. 3-5 shall be used for this test 6

47 Pos 1/0 Pin Transient Generator Neg.. Logic Ground Device Under Test Figure 3-5 Test Configuration 7

48 4.0 Setup and Initial Test 4.1 Setup 4. Ll Connect the 24VDC power source to the Connect Video out to a monitor COImect Video source to input Wait a moment while CPU boots up Display will show a clean video image. 5.0 Test 5.1 Transient Tests Perform the test per Across AC input PerfOIm the test per 3.3.4: Across va pins Perform 4.0 to verify the is operational. 52 Temperature and AC Voltage test Perfonn Low Temperature/Low Voltage 89VAC.) Perform Low Temperature/High Voltage teste 135VAC.) Perform High Temperature/Low Voltage 89VAC.) Perform High TemperaturelHigh Voltage test(+ 135VAC.) Perform 4.0 to verify the is operational. 5.3 Humidity Test Perform Lo-Temp.lHi- Humidity 95% non-condensing) Perform Hi-Temp.!Hi-Humidity Perform 4.0 to verify is operational 8

49 Date Started Econolite Autoscope Environmental Test Report 7/11/ Or I Power Transient Test: Pos. 300 Volts across line Neg. 300 Volts across line Pos. 600 Volts across line Neg. 600 Volts across line Pos Volts across line. Pass -- / Fail -- Pass / Fail Pass/ Fail-- Pass /" Fail Pass../ Fail.L33. Neg Volts across line. Input / Output Transient Test: Pass V Fail Pos. 300 Volts across Outputs.. Pass V Fail 334 Neg. 300 Volts across Outputs. 334 Pos. 300 Volts across Inputs Neg. 300 Volts across Inputs. Temperature and AC LineVoJtage Test: 89 VAC 135 V AC 89 VAC. 135 VAC Temperature and Humidity Test: 95% non-condensing.. 95% non-condensing. Pass V Fail Pass /' Fail Pass V Fail Pass V Fail -- Pass --- Fail Pass v Fail -- Pass V Pass V Fail Pass /Fail Fail -- 9

50 Appmisal of Equipment Under Test Autoscope Observations: Failure: Date Completed: Test Technician: Witness: 10

51 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Appendix 4 Econolite Buy America Certificate of Compliance Please see attached documents. 28

52 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Certificate of Compliance To: Valued Customers Subject: Buy American Compliance Econolite Group, Inc. hereby certifies that Econolite products produced in the United States meet the guidelines established under the Buy American Act. Econolite manufactures a comprehensive range of vehicle and pedestrian signals, video detection equipment, controllers and controller cabinets, and system software under the brand names Econolite and Safetran. When ordered specifically under funding from the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ( ARRA Title XVI, Section 1605), these products are manufactured in the United States in compliance with the Buy American clause of ARRA. David St. Amant President & Chief Operating Officer Econolite Group, Inc. March 28, 2011

53 City of Fort Collins, Colorado Video Detection System Appendix 5 Econolite Product Datasheets Please see attached documents. 29

54 Vehicle Detection System Description The Autoscope Solo Terra sensor is a color video detection and surveillance system that quickly installs with 3-wires-only, reduces maintenance with ClearVision faceplate coating, and offers user-convenient Terra Technology. The Solo Terra sensor provides timely, high-quality traffic information required for today s sophisticated traffic and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Terra Technology leverages IP-based addressing with a unique Ethernet MAC address. It combines state-of-the-art advances in digital image signal processing, broadband communications, and System-on-Chip (SoC) processors to add versatility and boost performance. EasyLink connectivity means simple installation into the traffic cabinet and integration into an agency s IP-based communications network. A standard CAT-5 cable connects Terra Technology products into a network providing access to video, traffic data, and the Autoscope Solo Terra vehicle detection system. The reusable EasyLock connector simplifies the task of pulling 3-wires-only either up or down the pole without splicing or the need for coaxial cable. Zoom configuration is managed at the cabinet. Terra Technology provides MPEG-4 streaming video via the Autoscope Video Player or any standard digital video player such as QuickTime. Depending on the available network bandwidth, viewing rates vary from 5 fps to 30 fps. In the traffic cabinet, the Autoscope Access Point (TAP) also provides full-motion video output to an analog video monitor. The TAP, using Terra Technology, interfaces between the video detection unit and the cabinet. Terra Technology allows simple Internet browser interface with common Internet browsers in addition to implementing safe and secure passwordprotected access over the Internet. The embedded web server capability is a convenience to users, enabling access to streaming video, configuration editing, and system monitoring via the Internet. Terra Technology employs an Autoscope Terra dual-core processor with sophisticated image processing and Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) general-purpose processing in a small SoC package for low power consumption. Multithreaded software processes video images in real-time to detect traffic, extract data, identify incidents, and transmit detector outputs, while simultaneously streaming full-motion MPEG-4 video. The ClearVision faceplate coating helps keep the faceplate clean, even when missing routine maintenance. Benefits Cost-effective solutions for traffic management and ITS Field-proven accuracy and reliability Easy to install and configure Flexible design meets a variety of detection and surveillance applications Superior to other detection systems in value and performance Features EasyLink connectivity for IP-addressable broadband communications Web server interface for easy setup Streaming digital MPEG-4 video output User-definable password protection Vehicle detection, traffic data measurement, speed, and incident detection Bicycle detection Smoke/Fire detection Integrated color camera, zoom lens, and dual-core processor for advanced image processing Direct real-time iris and shutter speed control Fail-safe detector outputs with the Autoscope TAP Non-volatile memory data storage High energy transient protection Technologically advanced faceplate heater and ClearVision faceplate coating Local language support

55 Setup & Operation The Autoscope Solo Terra unit makes it easier than ever to set up and customize to meet application requirements. The Autoscope Configuration Wizard quickly sets up intersection or highway incident detection applications. Simple mouse of keyboard operations allow custom positioning for virtual detectors per field-of-view. Detection zones provide traffic count, presence, speed, and incident detection alarms. Incident types include freeway congestion, stopped vehicles, wrong direction vehicles, slow-moving vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians, smoke/fire, debris, or other customized alarms. Real-time polling or stored data include volume, occupancy, five vehicle classes by length, density, and other traffic data for selected periods or by phase. Detector outputs can be assigned to interface with NEMA TS1/TS2, Type 170/179 and 2070 ATC controller via the optional Autoscope Terra Access Point (TAP). Traffic data is quickly integrated into proprietary software applications with the optional Autoscope Software Developer s Kit (SDK). Extensive Boolean Logic capabilities provide flexibility in detector layouts to help validate an event or incident alarm. Applications Traffic incident management for highways, tunnels, and bridges Junction control Traffic data collection Work-zone safety and traffic control Traveler information systems Bicycle detection Remote video surveillance Power 15W 110/220 VAC 50/60 Hz Video Digital streaming MPEG-4 video output Lens 22x Continuous focus lens Standard configuration: -- Horizontal: 2.3 to Vertical: 1.8 to Focal Length: 0.16 in. to 3.46 in. (4 mm to 88 mm) Optional wide-angle configuration: -- Horizontal: 4 to Vertical: 3 to Focal Length: 0.09 in. to 2.08 in. (2.4 mm to 52.8 mm) Camera CCD ¼ in. diam. (4.5 mm) Horizontal resolution: NTSC > 470 TVL Sensitivity (at lens, full video, AGC off, 1/60 sec) 2.0 lux (color) Signal-to-noise > 50 db Synchronization: Crystal lock Effective Pixels NTSC: 380K (768 x 494) PAL: 440K (752 x 582) Housing & Sunshield Image sensor and processor sealed in a waterproof and dust-tight NEMA-4 housing (IP 66) Thermostatically controlled faceplate heater Adjustable weather and sunshield with drip guard Low-power thermostatically-controlled ITO faceplate heater Hydrophilic faceplate coating Weatherproof rear connector (IDC rapid termination industrial connector) Communications EasyLink (broadband communications (up to 5 Mb/ sec) with RJ-45 connection from required Terra Interface Panel (TIP) Environmental -29 F to +165 F (-34 C to +74 C) Up to 100% relative humidity per MIL-E-5400T paragraph Dimensions and Weight Overall H x W x L (with sunshield and bracket): 8 in. x 4.3 in. x 21.3 in. (20 cm x 12 cm x 54 cm) 6.6 lb (3.0 kg) Mounting: Standard camera bracket tilt-top provided Options Standard or wide-angle zoom lens Paint color Warranty Three-year warranty Extended warranty package to six years Regulatory CE EN 55022, EN , EN FCC Part 15, Class A Product Support Product support and training by team of factory-trained Autoscope technical support specialists 2011 Econolite Control Products, Inc. All rights reserved. Econolite Control Products, Inc. reserves the right to change or update these specifications at any time without prior notification 3360 E. La Palma, Anaheim, CA Tel: (714) Fax: (714) E An Econolite Group Company

56 ENCORE Interface Panel (TIP) Description The Autoscope ENCORE Interface Panel provides a robust Autoscope EasyLink connection point in the cabinet for communicating with ENCROE detection sensors. The Interface Panel supports 3-wires-only branch cable connections to the sensors, an interface to the Autoscope Access Point for outputs to traffic controllers, and a standard Ethernet connection for a laptop at the Traffic Control Center (TCC). The Interface Panel also protects other cabinet components from branch cable transients and surges, while making zoom set-up and sensor maintenance easily manageable directly from the cabinet. EasyLink connectivity allows simple installation within the traffic cabinet and user-friendly integration into an agency s Ethernet-based communications network. A standard CAT-5 cable connects the Interface Panel into a network to view video, collect traffic data, and maintain the Autoscope system. Autoscope products like the Autoscope ENCORE and Access Point Detector Port Master (DPM) use Internet-standard, IPbased addressing with a unique Ethernet MAC address. EasyLink connectivity means simple 3-wiresonly installation for the ENCORE sensor to communicate digital video and data to the traffic cabinet. 3-wires-only power cabling saves time and money by quickly installing with convenient compression blocks on the Interface Panel. The Interface Panel communicates with up to eight Encore sensors via Broadband-over- Power (BoP) technology. This leading-edge, field-proven technology transmits video, supervisor communications, and detector port data over a standard 3-wires-only power cable. The 14 Mb/sec-rated transceivers have a robust throughput of up to 6 Mb/sec more than sufficient to transmit traffic data, alarms, and MPEG- 4 video simultaneously. Benefits Efficient 3-wires-only connectivity to Autoscope ENCORE sensor Quick installation into any traffic control cabinet configuration Convenient integration into an Ethernetbased communications infrastructure Reduces maintenance time Features Supports up to 8 Autoscope ENCORE sensors and Access Point RJ45 Ethernet connection for laptop or cabinet network High-voltage transient protection Power line isolation

57 Theory of Operation The Interface Panel supports Autoscope EasyLink communications with up to eight Autoscope ENCORE sensors. It provides high-voltage transient protection, mechanical strain relief, 3-wires-only power connections. The interface panel passes detection information from the Autoscope sensors to the Access Point DPM for the traffic controller or cabinet. The Autoscope Configuration Wizard makes detection set-up quick and easy. The Interface Panel is a highly integrated and optimized solution for networking sensors. It reliably delivers broadband exchanges in the challenging traffic communications environment and combats deep attenuation events, noise sources, and multi-path fading by adjusting to the variable Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR). The system manages communications for dependable distribution of data packets and offers the high-bandwidth performance necessary to drive sophisticated traffic detection applications. Applications Intersection detection Highway data collection Automatic incident detection Bridge, tollway, and tunnel management Work-zone safety and traffic control Traveler information systems Remote video surveillance Connectors Input power: 3-position compression block Autoscope Encore sensors power output: Four 3-position compression blocks Access Point interface connector RJ45 connector for EasyLink Power 5W 110/220 VAC, 50/60 Hz from line-filtered side of cabinet power supply 2 fuses Environmental -29 F to +165 F (-34 C to +74 C) 0 to 95% relative humidity Up to 100% relative humidity per MIL-E-5400T paragraph Dimensions and Weight 11 in. x 7 in. x 2 in. (28 cm x 18 cm x 5 cm) 1.7 lb (0.8 kg) on standard sheet metal panel Indicators LED indicator for Ethernet link/activity Ready-power LED LED indicators for local network link, activity, and error status Options DIN rail mount Warranty Three-year warranty Extended warranty package to six years Regulatory NEMA TS2 Compliant CE EN EN CE EN FCC Part 15, Class A Product Support Product support and training by a team of factory-trained Autoscope Technical Support Specialists 2012 Econolite Control Products, Inc. All rights reserved. Econolite Control Products, Inc. reserves the right to change or update these specifications at any time without prior notification 3360 E. La Palma, Anaheim, CA Tel: (714) Fax: (714) E An Econolite Group Company

58 Terra Access Point (TAP) Description The Autoscope Terra Access Point is a robust Autoscope Detector Port Master (DPM) with EasyLink connectivity for up to eight Autoscope devices. The TAP outputs vehicle detection events to the traffic controller. A well-organized user-selectable video output simplifies maintenance and monitoring. Its video switch provides standard National Television Standards Committee (NTSC) or Phase Alternating Line (PAL) analog video for access in the traffic cabinet. EasyLink connectivity means simple installation within the cabinet for I/O recognition to the traffic controller. The Autoscope Configuration Wizard promptly associates the TAP with other Autoscope devices. Point-and-click I/O assignments quickly configure the interface to the traffic controller. The TAP is a four-channel video detector card that meets or exceeds the environmental and interface requirements of the NEMA TS2 standard. It is downward compatible to the NEMA TS1 standard. This small DPM, for a standard detector rack or stand-alone enclosure, is also compatible with the interface requirements in the Caltrans TEES (170/332) specification. In TS1 cabinets, the TAP can interface to select TS2 traffic controllers with a port 1 Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC) communications cable. EasyLink connectivity also allows broadband communications between the TAP, the Autoscope Terra Interface Panel (TIP), and up to eight Autoscope sensors. The robust 14 Mb/ sec-rated transceivers have a remarkable 6 Mb/ sec throughput capable of transmitting traffic data, alarms, and MPEG-4 video simultaneously. Benefits Simple cabling and set-up Quick installation into any traffic cabinet configuration Time-saving maintenance features for the traffic equipment manager Surface-mount technology for increased reliability Efficient outputs Use in all cabinets with TS2 SDLC communications Use in all TS1 or Caltrans 332 cabinets Failsafe detector outputs to traffic controller Superior value when compared to previous detection systems Software-upgradeable Features Supports up to 8 Autoscope devices EasyLink IP-addressable connectivity 88 total simultaneous outputs 48 total simultaneous inputs 64 TS2 detector outputs 32 TS2 inputs for Phase/Load Switch status Emulates function of up to 4 Bus Interface Units (BIU) 24 contact-closure outputs 16 contact-closure inputs Rack or stand-alone installation Self-diagnostics on power-up High-energy transient protection

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